Ohio State quarterback lit up the air with a career-high passing performance last weekend, but…
OSU A Passing Team? Try Balanced
Ohio State's ability to throw the ball might be no passing fancy. The numbers are there: compared with this point one season ago, the Buckeyes are throwing for an average of more than 80 more yards per game. In less than three quarters of action last weekend against Indiana, junior quarterback Terrelle Pryor threw for a career-high 334 yards. Throughout his coaching career, OSU head coach Jim Tressel has often been criticized for running a conservative offense. He will be the first to tell you that his offense is a reflection of the talents he gets to work with. When the Buckeyes won the 2002 national championship game, they did so with a heavy reliance on the rushing attack and freshman tailback Maurice Clarett. Four years later, they again reached the title game with an offense that featured a Heisman Trophy winner under center who was able to sit back in the pocket and lead the offense through the air. Both approaches were...
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